Clouds Hang Around On Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION On Wednesday, a few showers moved through the area and brought small amounts of rainfall.  It’s all along an old frontal boundary that is drifting back towards the north.  As it does so, showers will taper off Wednesday night, but a few showers are still possible for coastal locations through Wednesday night into … Continue reading »

Showers Isolated For Wednesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Tuesday brought one or two showers to the Rogue Valley, but for the coast, we saw measurable rainfall.  Light showers off and on throughout the day added up to about an inch of rain near Brookings, but for inland locations, totals were around one hundredth of an inch.  Rain chances will stick around … Continue reading »

The Brief Break From the Rain Ends Tues.

WEATHER DISCUSSION We started the work week with cloudy skies, but by the time Monday came to an end, the sunshine was back.  This lull in the action will be very short-lived as another cold front is already creeping towards the coast Monday night.  In fact, a few showers are possible tonight along the coast, … Continue reading »

Fri. Starts With Showers, End Mainly Dry

WEATHER DISCUSSION Thursday brought yet another day with showers across the area as a slow moving cold front crept eastward.  The highest rainfall totals were along the coast, with up to half an inch in northern California and west side valleys.  We will see the same cold front stall out and recede northwestward Friday morning … Continue reading »

Steady Rain, then Scattered Showers

WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain has been falling along the coast throughout the day, but showers arrived later Wednesday evening for Jackson and Josephine Counties.  As we go through the overnight hours, this band of rainfall associated with a cold front will gradually shift eastward into the Klamath Basin.  Behind the cold front Thursday, we will be seeing … Continue reading »

A Wet, Windy Wednesday For Some

WEATHER DISCUSSION Showers have slowly been creeping towards the coast this evening, and Brookings has seen some light showers already.  This is a sign that the next cold front is making its way towards southern Oregon and northern California, bringing steady ready to the area by Wednesday afteroon and evening.  However, the rain chances don’t … Continue reading »

A Brief Break From the Showers

WEATHER DISCUSSION As expected, the area saw measurable rain along the coast and for inland locations.  What we weren’t expecting is the amount of rain we saw for west side valleys.  Of course, no one is complaining, since the rain is still much needed and appreciated.  Amounts were near half an inch for more areas, … Continue reading »

Cooler Temperatures With an Active Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION Sunday afternoon’s weather proved to be what many would consider near perfect.  We saw just a few clouds with a light breeze and highs in the upper 70’s.  Unfortunately, it will be the last such day this week.  A cold front is making its way towards the coast Sunday evening, bringing showers Sunday night and clouds to inland … Continue reading »

Saturday Brings Clearing Skies

WEATHER DISCUSSION All day Friday we’ve been watching scattered showers slowly track through the area.  Rainfall amounts have been very low with this system, with barely any measurable rainfall recorded for west side valleys, northern California, and areas east of the Cascades.  The coast has seen the most rain, but amounts for Brookings and Crescent … Continue reading »

Rainfall Amounts Look Slim Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION As showers approach the coast Thursday evening, rain chances, on the surface, look promising.  Unfortunately, as the line of showers makes its way onshore over the next 24 hours, it will start to fall apart.  That means measurable rain along the coast, but totals will be minimal for inland locations. How minimal? West … Continue reading »

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